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Eagles Landing Christian Academy (GA) athlete Keyante Green was a recent visitor to the annual Georgia Tech-Georgia game. The 2013 recruit has friends on both teams and enjoyed watching them play. A new school is getting Green’s attention. Keyante updated us on that school and his thoughts on Georgia Tech.
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Host Mindy Hylton brings you the latest in Georgia Tech Athletics, including discussing the Yellow Jacket Football going to the Sun Bowl and Men's Basketball team's win over Georgia .
Dec 10, 6:00 PM | Tiger Arena
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs Savannah State Tigers Odds
The Savannah State Tigers will look to boost their win total and cover the spread when they tip off against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Tiger Arena on Saturday in NCAAB play.
The Tigers bring a 3-6 record (0-0 ATS) to this tilt against the 5-4 Yellow Jackets...
2013 safety Leon McQuay visited Georgia Tech last weekend for the rivalry game against UGA. He has picked up many offers along the way, but Georgia Tech is hoping that he will choose to become a Yellow Jacket next year.
The Georgia Tech women's basketball team (5-3) will try to rebound from a tough loss to No. 15/14 Georgia on Dec. 4 when it travels to Murfreesboro, Tenn., to take on the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders (6-4) Sunday at 2 p.m. Central at the Murphy Center on the MTSU campus.
Georgia Tech took control with a dominant start to the second half and beat Georgia 68-56 on Wednesday night for the Yellow Jackets' first win in 35 years on the campus of their state rival.
Josh McManus, a 33-year-old Georgia Tech graduate recently transplanted to Detroit from Tennessee, and Michigan native son Gov. Rick Snyder have similar thoughts about Detroit. It's a place with lots of upside potential and hope for young talented people, they agree. But it can also be a difficult place for newcomers to navigate.
Looking to build momentum following a 12-point win at Georgia Wednesday night, Georgia Tech completes a three-game road trip Saturday with a 6 p.m. game against Savannah State at Tiger Arena in Savannah, Ga. It is the Yellow Jackets' first trip to Savannah for a basketball game since 1928.
Georgia Tech took control with a dominant start to the second half and beat Georgia 68-56 on Wednesday night for the Yellow Jackets' first win in 35 years on the campus of their state rival. Jason Morris had 15 points, all in the second half, as Georgia Tech (5-4) beat the Bulldogs after trailing by seven points in the first half.
Tri-Cities offensive lineman Shamire Devine was in Atlanta for the annual Georgia Tech- Georgia game. Shamire is no stranger to the Tech campus so this visit he decided to hang out with the recruits and take in the game day atmosphere. Shamrire talked about the visit and gave us a preview of his early favorites..
The former Georgia Tech golfer not only survived Q-School, but nearly aced it, and that's a big deal. His plans are changing, too. After grinding through 108 holes last week in the PGA Tour's qualifying school, the former Georgia Tech golfer guaranteed himself entry into more PGA events next year.
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Georgia Tech center Daniel Miller dominated both offensively and defensively Saturday night, scoring 12 points and blocking four shots as the Yellow Jackets defeated Savannah State 65-45.
Today's game can be heard on the Georgia Tech/ISP Sports Network's flagship stations WQXI-AM (790 the Zone) and WYAY (106.7 FM). Wes Durham and Randy Waters calling the action. Fans also can hear the game on Sirius Radio, channel 117 and XM, channel 196 and follow the game and get live stats on Ramblinwreck.com.